Missing the table and trunions? You didn't buy a saw, you bought a
project. I hope you got a good deal on it :-)
Check the Sears web site. One thing Sears does well is stock parts for
the stuff they sell for a long time.
For major parts like the table and trunions, however, I suspect you'll
do better finding somebody else that has an old machine that you can
scavage for parts. I'd hunt on eBay and www.oldwwmachines.com.
Sounds like a fair price. I paid exactly that for a old Craftsman 12"
1/3 HP bandsaw a couple of years ago. I put another $100 or so into it
in parts (tires, blade guard, guides, power cord and switch) and about
$75 for an assortment of good Timberwolf blades (after wasting about $50
on some horrible Sears blades).
Sounds like you've got a bit more work ahead of you than I did, but in
the end you should have a much more substantial machine to show for it.
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